We'll say it right now: thank you so much to the Prelinger Archive at archive.org for the public-domain source reel. Aluminum is the all-new design & engineering mashup smelted out of GarageBand and iMovie HD in the exclusive Lyn Faber studios at the center of the world in the beautiful downtown Hoboken rental of Lyndon Lorenz. The original music track was compiled as usual from a bunch of chopped up loops and beats out of Apple Jam Packs and AMG. The video is all from the 1956 Jam Handy... Topics: prelinger, mashup, remix, science, space, astronomy, education
Some Things just aren't easy to explain. This is the blistering new dance track out of Lyndon Lorenz (representing nationwide as Lyn Faber) blasting a menacing churn of industrial dangerosity on top of totally gross eyeball footage! Click it and crank it and nail it again. And as if we could forget: the stock footage is all public domain (and was all completely free!), courtesy of The Prelinger Archive at www.archive.org. The source reels are: -- The Unique Contribution (1959) for the main dude... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: prelinger, mashup, brittanica, science, sight, vision, eye, education
You need to check this in fullscreen right now. Inspired by hip hop veteran Dr. Dre (NWA) and prog rock pioneers Emerson, Lake & Palmer, The Planets is the new Lyn Faber hit out of the Hoboken lab of Lyndon Lorenz. Turns out that Dre's been working for two years on an instrumental epic conceptually based around the planets. Dude: go for it. The ELP connection was a recent viewing of an amazing live performance of Pirates during their 1977 orchestral tour. The public-domain source clip for... Topics: prelinger, mashup, remix, science, space, astronomy, education
"Do you speak english ? This wacky video will help you in your first steps in Shakespeare's language. Music by Super Preachers.Montage by Karl Off. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: mashup, prelinger, family, humor, english, music, soundie, education, gender roles, atomic, potato,...
First place winner of the Creative Commons moving images contest. This inspired and powerful short film uses all sorts of Prelinger Archives footage to great effect. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Creative Commons Contest, Copyright Licensing Education, Public Domain Footage Reuse